Monthly Archives: February 2010

>Thy´s Day # 6

> Last week: our ´own´ church. This week: the church near our cottage(under repair, hence the boarded windows) The ´Lego church´ as our irreverent daughters call it.

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>DJ´s Bait in the Box # 56

>As this novel is fairly old, I´d better help you a bit by revealing that it is the first in a long series. “The foot was deformed. Two toes missing, the first and second; obviously a congenital malformation, not a … Continue reading

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>R for Reg and Ruth

>For the letter R in Kerrie´s alphabet meme I would like to revive some posts from last year about Reg Wexford, Ruth Rendell´s long-standing protagonist. I just realised that it was Ruth Rendell´s 80th birthday yesterday(Feb 17th) so my post … Continue reading

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>H.C. Bailey, The Bishop´s Crime (1940)

>In January Ron Smyth won a gift voucher on my blog. He has been kind enough to tell me how he spent his money, and he has sent me a review I think many of you will enjoy reading. Doesn´t … Continue reading

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>Awards!

> Thank you very much to Kerrie, Mysteries in Paradisefor the Prolific Blogger award. And thank you to Beth, Beth Fish Reads,for the Honest Scrap award.

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>Jo Nesbø, Snemanden (2007)

>Denne krimi er norske Nesbøs syvende værk om vicekommissær Harry Hole. Bogen begynder med en prolog, som udspiller sig i 1980, ”den dag, sneen kom.” En mor efterlader sin teenagesøn i bilen udenfor, mens hun springer ind for at sige … Continue reading

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>Gies some Scotch

>Donna very kindly sent me an ARC, and of course I could not wait to get my teeth into it, but as this book is not out in the shops until June, there is no need to post a review … Continue reading

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>Pierre Magnan, Death in the Truffle Wood (2005)

>A mini review for a busy day. Sorry, this novel deserves far better, but … The plot: a handful of young hippies who have sought refuge in a village in Provence to get away from their middle class background disappear … Continue reading

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>Game, Sets and Matching Titles

>Not for the first time, my post is spinoff. I saw this idea on Maxine´s blog and liked it: take a look at your TBR and try to divide them into sets. Now I don´t own quite as many unread … Continue reading

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>Thy´s Day # 5

> Seasons change – our medieval church is the same.

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